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Statutory School Information

Under 'The School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012' which came into force on 1st September 2012, schools now have to publish specific sets of information on their websites.

 

This page is designed to help you find these pieces of information on our school website. Direct links to other pages are below.

 

School Admission Arrangements

Please follow the link to our 'Policies' page below to find a copy of our most recent Admission Policy.

As part of The Rutland Learning Trust, from September 2019 in-year admissions for RLT schools will be handled centrally. Above is our admissions policy and our in-year admissions form. Please contact the school if you would like to inquire about admission of a child during the school year or into any year group other than EYFS. 

Rutland County Council, who you can contact on 01572 722577 and ask for admissions, organise admissions for children starting school in EYFS.  

 

In the case of the school being oversubscribed, our criteria are as follows:

1. Looked After/ Previously Looked After Child.

2. Children whose place of residence is within the catchment area of the school.

3. Children who already have a sibling at the school who is expected to be on roll at the school at the time of admission of the younger sibling.

4. Children who have a special educational, medical or domestic need.

5. Children who live nearest the school by distance.

 

Appeals

Following the National Offer Day on 16 April 2019, the deadline for lodging an on-time appeal is 24 May 2019 (9am). Our appeals are heard by Peterborough Diocese Board of Education.

The Appeal Clerk will send notification of the Hearing (Venue, Date and Time) and the Statement of Case to the Appellants by 4 June 2019.

On-time appeals will be heard by 25 June 2019.

Proposed appeal hearing dates are between Thursday 20 June and Tuesday 25 June 2019 (inclusive).

Decision letters will be sent within 5 working days of the appeal hearing, subject to any unforeseen circumstances.

 

Our Most Recent Ofsted Report

This was carried out in March 2014 when inspectors found the school to be 'good'.

Please follow the link to our 'useful information' page below to find a link to our most recent Ofsted Report. School performance tables are published on the DFE website at www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/index.html . Please note, that as we are a small school our data is not always available as cohort numbers are often 10 or less.

 

The Most Recent Key Stage 2 Results

Our Key Stage 2 Results for 2019 can be found on our useful information page. We have not published our Key Stage 2 SATs results for 2016, 2017 or 2018 as we have had small cohorts of under 5 children. Please be aware that our cohorts are small and fluctuate from year to year in number, in ability and in level of SEND. Each child in recent years has accounted for between 8% and 100%. We are proud of all of our children's achievements and they have made good progress from their starting points.

 

The following link takes you to the DfE school performance tables website for our school. https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/144847/exton-and-greetham-cofe-primary-school As we opened as an academy in March 2018, the following link will take you to the DfE performance tables for before academisation. http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=120178&superview=pri

 

Curriculum Content

Information about our school curriculum can be found on our 'curriculum' page and on class pages. Please see the link below.

 

The name of the Key Stage 1 Phonics and Reading Scheme

At EYFS and Key Stage 1 we use 'Letters and Sounds' as the basis for our phonics teaching, which we have adapted using resources from 'Read Write Inc.' for our mixed age classes. For Reading, we use a range of reading schemes, including: Ginn, Oxford Reading Tree and Project X amongst others. Books are book-banded according to the Book Banding Scheme.

 

Behaviour Policy

Please find a copy of our most recent Behaviour Policy through the link on our 'Policies' page below.

 

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is an additional amount of money allocated to schools depending on: the number of pupils who are, or who have been, eligible to receive free school meals; the number of children who are, or who have been under the care of the local authority; and children who come from a service family.

At present a number of children qualify for this additional amount of money. Families are sometimes entitled to free school meals, but choose not to take this option. We encourage all families who are entitled to free school meals to register and maintain their free school meal eligibility so that the children still attract the pupil premium.

 

This money has enabled us to provide extra resources, and employ an additional teaching assistant to support these pupils and others with similar needs in accessing the curriculum.

 

Please see Pupil Premium documents on our 'useful documents' page for further details of how this money is spent.

 

SEND School Offer

We currently have 22% of our children on our SEND Register for a variety of learning needs. The school's Inclusion Policy alongside details of our School Offer and the County Local Offer for SEND can be found on the 'useful documents' page. You will also find some information guides and leaflets for parent to explain the process for supporting children with SEND in our school. 

 

Charging Policy

This policy can be found in the 'policies' section of our website.

 

School Ethos

We hope that a flavour of our school ethos runs throughout our website.  Details can also be found on our Ethos and Values page.

 

Sports Premium

At Exton & Greetham CE Primary School we believe that physical activity, a healthy diet and emotional wellbeing are the key to a happy and healthy lifestyle. We have therefore looked to allocate our Sports Premium Funding to support these aims and create opportunities for all of our children.

Details of how this funding has been allocated and spent can be found on our 'useful information' page.

 

Year 6 Swimming Competency

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

We could not answer these questions for 2016, 2017 or 2018 as we had cohorts of 3, 4 and 1 respectively, meaning children could be identified. We report this national requirement at the end of Summer 2019. (12 pupils).

Please complete all of the below:

What percentage of your currentYear 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

N.B. Even though your children may swim in another year please report on their attainment on leaving primary school.

92% 

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

83% 

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

33%

 

Our cohorts are small and fluctuate from year to year in number. Each child in recent years has accounted for between 8% and 100%. From 2016-2018 75% of year 6 leavers have been able to complete the three swimming competencies listen above.

 

We take all of our children swimming from year 4-6 in order to develop swimming skills.

 

 

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